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A walk in the park for volunteer award winners

Last Updated: 11/23/2016

Walk in the Park’ Walk Leaders were presented with the ‘Champion Community Award’ at a recent award ceremony. This award acknowledges the community approach of the Walk Leaders who work to improve the life for those who live in and visit the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park. The Community Partnership Awards each year celebrates the role of volunteers from communities within the National Park. These awards recognise the amazing work being carried out at grassroots level in communities The Walk in the Park Project’s 33 Walk Leaders, from across the four walking groups in Balloch, Killin, Callander and Aberfoyle were honoured to receive the Champion Community Award, recognising the amazing role the Volunteer Walk Leaders play in the success of the Walk in the Park Project. It is a fantastic achievement and really well deserved.

policy and implementation

Cycling taskforce in Scotland

Last Updated: 11/23/2016

Ambitious cycling plans in Scotland are being reinvigorated with the introduction of a new taskforce. Transport Minister Humza Yousaf announced the plans for a taskforce, the main aim of which will be to drive forward ambitious cycling infrastructure such as segregated cycle paths, at the Active Travel Summit last week. The Minister also unveiled details of the latest round of the multi-million pound Community Links PLUS competition which seeks ambitious design projects that restore balance in Scotland’s streets in favour of people walking and cycling. The new taskforce, chaired by Transport Scotland, will begin its work following the publication of the updated Cycling Action Plan for Scotland in December. Key organisations such as COSLA, the Society of Chief Officers of Transportation in Scotland and other delivery partners will be invited to take an active part in the group.

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SNH launches new Scottish Outdoor Access Code website

Last Updated: 2/13/2015

Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) have launched a new website promoting the Scottish outdoors access code.

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Active Cairngorms

Last Updated: 1/23/2015

Active Cairngorms is a new outdoor access strategy for the Cairngorms National Park. Its aim is for all residents and visitors to use the Park for physical activity once a day.

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